Reste eVidence Black-out
Exhibition view
Reste eVidence Black-out
Exhibition view
Reste eVidence Black-out
Exhibition view
Reste eVidence Black-out
Exhibition view
Reste eVidence Black-out
Exhibition view
Reste eVidence Black-out
Exhibition view
Reste eVidence Black-out
Exhibition view
Untitled (Time exposed, Hiroshi Sugimoto), 2014
Marina GADONNEIX
Untitled (Time exposed, Hiroshi Sugimoto), 2014
Après l'image
Pigment print on Hahnemuühle Silk Baryta paper mounted on aluminum
25 1/4 x 30 1/8 inches
Edition of 5 ex
Untitled (Baton, André Cadere), 2015
Marina GADONNEIX
Untitled (Baton, André Cadere), 2015
Après l'image
Pigment print on Hahnemuühle Silk Baryta paper mounted on aluminum
30 1/8 x 25 1/4 inches
Edition of 5 ex
Nightlights, 2012
Marina GADONNEIX
Nightlights, 2012
Landscapes
Digital C-Print mounted on aluminum
49 5/8 x 15 3/4 inches
Edition of 5 ex
Broken car on broken bridge, 2012
Marina GADONNEIX
Broken car on broken bridge, 2012
Landscapes
Digital C-Print mounted on aluminum
49 5/8 x 15 3/4 inches
Edition of 5 ex + 2 AP
Untitled (Northern Lights), 2016
Marina GADONNEIX
Untitled (Northern Lights), 2016
Phénomènes
Pigment print on Hahnemühle Silk Baryta mounted on aluminum
23 5/8 x 19 3/4 inches
Edition of 5 ex
Untitled (Lightning), 2016
Marina GADONNEIX
Untitled (Lightning), 2016
Phénomènes
Pigment print on Hahnemühle Silk Baryta mounted on aluminum
49 5/8 x 59 inches
Edition of 5 ex

Reste eVidence Black-out

07.01.2017 - 04.03.2017

Front space

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For her first solo show at the Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Marina Gadonneix presents three series in which she photographs existing systems, may they be related to the construction of an image in the studio (Après l’image, Landscapes) or to the reconstruction of physical phenomena (Phénomènes) in a laboratory. These documentary photographs are shot in situations where the set has become functional though holding unsettling relations with staging.


The show Reste eVidence Black-out becomes a paper chase where color and its computer coding (to which the RVB letters refer to - RGB in english) become the guiding thread.

 

Excerpt from the text written by Audrey Illouz who curated the show.

Les inrockuptibles

épure imagée

16.01.2017
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